in los angeles, with no bail. it's the same movie that sparked violent riots throughout the muslim world. the man known as nakoula nakoula was convicted of bank fraud two years ago. yesterday, he was arrested not for his work on the film but for violatng the terms of his probation. for one thing, court documents say he has used 17 phony names. in fact, at a court hearing yesterday, he gave two separate names to the judge. there are many muslims in the l.a. county jail, and nakoula lawyer fears his client could become a target. corrections officials say he'll be kept separate from the other inmates. terrorists dressed as iraqi policemen broke into a prison in tikrit, killed a dozen guards, and released dozens of prisoners. seven of the gunmen were killed. about 50 prisoners remain on the loose, including some members of al-qaeda who had been sentenced to death. iraqi authorties say it'll be hard to catch the rest of the escapees, because the terrorists also destroyed prison records. the white house has been holding closed door meetings the past few days about a cyber attack on the nation'